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WYG frustrated by project delays

Programme deferrals and contract delays are hitting the bottom line of listed consulting engineer WYG.

Programme deferrals and contract delays are hitting the bottom line of listed consulting engineer WYG.

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Rail delays hit Van Elle

Piling contractor Van Elle is taking a small hammering itself from delays in rail sector contract starts.

Piling contractor Van Elle is taking a small hammering itself from delays in rail sector contract starts.

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Bellway maintains growth

Half-year results for house-builder Bellway show continued healthy growth in turnover and profits.

Half-year results for house-builder Bellway show continued healthy growth in turnover and profits.

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Wates grows 20% with Shepherd

The acquisition of Shepherd’s construction businesses helped Wates Group grow its revenue by 20% in 2016.

The acquisition of Shepherd’s construction businesses helped Wates Group grow its revenue by 20% in 2016.

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40-storey tower planned for Manchester

Manchester developer Ask Real Estate Limited has revealed plans to build a 40-storey block of flats in the city.

Manchester developer Ask Real Estate Limited has revealed plans to build a 40-storey block of flats in the city.

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CIGA’s statement on Radio 4 You & Yours:

Cavity wall installation is a trusted and reliable product, proven to keep homes warm and fuel bills down, with independent research showing it can save families up to £275-a-year in energy costs.

The CIGA Guarantee provides simple and uniform cover for householders. CIGA has always strived to improve the protection it provides, including doubling the value of work to £20,000 and increasing the length of protection from 20 to 25

Builders welcome chancellor’s U-turn

Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond has been forced to abandon plans to increase national insurance contributions for the self-employed.

Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond has been forced to abandon plans to increase national insurance contributions for the self-employed.

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Kier fined £400k for height safety fail

Kier Construction Ltd has been fined £400,000 after a worker fell from the third floor of a building.

Kier Construction Ltd has been fined £400,000 after a worker fell from the third floor of a building.

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